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Main Title Hydraulic and Sediment Transport Studies in Relation to River Sediment Control and Solid Waste Pollution and Economic Use of the By-Products.
Author Moor, Bruce R. ;
CORP Author Kentucky Water Resources Inst., Lexington.
Year Published 1972
Report Number RR-59; DI-14-31-0001-3217; OWRR-A-034-KY; 08468,; A-034-KY(1)
Stock Number PB-220 016
Additional Subjects ( Ohio River ; Sediment transport) ; ( Kentucky River ; Sediment transport) ; ( Big Sandy River ; Sediment transport) ; Sand ; Coal ; Sediments ; Flow rate ; Dredging ; Flumes ; Hydraulic models ; Sampling ; Scouring ; Erosion ; Bed load ; Materials recovery ; Water pollution ; Water pollution control
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NTIS  PB-220 016 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 56p
Abstract
The distribution of sediments and conditions of transport were studied in the Kentucky, Big Sandy and Ohio Rivers. Sand and coal were in transport at different flow velocities for the rivers and the deposition of these sediments was a direct function of the flow conditions at a particular locality. The flow conditions of transport of the sediments were studied in flumes as were the hydraulic conditions in model dredge holes to determine the feasibility of trapping sediment. The conditions of scour and fill were also established and compared with known conditions in a dredge hole in the Ohio River. Flow records from gaging stations were analyzed to determine the periods of sediment transport. The results indicate that solid waste pollutants can be trapped in dredge holes in certain conditions of flow. The principal source of the coal appears to be natural erosion. (Author)